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History of Saracens (1 page)

Saracens were founded in 1876 by the Old Boys of the Philological School in Marylebone, London (later to become St Marylebone Grammar School). Saracens amalgamated with neighbouring club Crusaders two years later. In 1892 Saracens moved from Crown Lane, S

Hall of Fame (1 page)

The Saracens Hall of Fame aims to recognise the contribution of Saracens playing 'Greats' to the history of the Club. Those currently inducted to the Hall of Fame are: John Steeds MBE 1938 – 1950 John Steeds first played for the club whilst still

Club Honours (5 pages)

The Presidents of Saracens Amateur Rugby Club have been as follows: 1876–1881The Rev. J.R. Dingle 1881–1884The Rt. Hon. Lord George Hamilton, M.P. 1884–1892The Rev. F.J. Jomini 1892–1896Percival Tibbs 1896–1919W.T.A. Beare 1919–19

Club Rules and Policies (6 pages)

Saracens Amateur RFC are required by the Rugby Football Union to have a Policy on Safeguarding Children and Vulnerable Adults which must be published. The Saracens Club Safeguarding Policy is set out in the attached document. This policy should be

Club Membership (1 page)

CLUB MEMBERSHIP Saracens Amateur Rugby Club actively welcomes new playing and social members to the Club. Playing Membership Playing membership subscriptions for the 2014-2015 season are as follows: Adult playing membership £130 F

AGM Minutes (1 page)

The minutes of the Annual General Meetings of the Club are available below.

Saracens Gym (1 page)

Our Club Gym Goals To create a safe and enjoyable area for Club Members to work on strength & conditioning training, weight-lifting and aerobic training To substantially increase the number of current Club members using the Gym facility from our Fam

Former Players Association (1 page)

Membership Membership is free and open to anyone - amateur or professional - who has played in any senior side from Under 19 upwards. However some payment may be levied towards the cost of some individual events as and when organised. New members are

Coaches & Coaching Development (6 pages)

Coaching that is effective and of the highest quality undoubtedly has the most significant influence in developing and retaining players, and will enable those players to achieve their full potential in rugby football. Saracens Amateur RFC (“SARFC”

First Aid (1 page)

THE RUGBY FOOTBALL UNION has put in place new standards relating to the management of concussion and extending the reach of its concussion education initiatives. The return to play pathway for players who have sustained a concussion is dependent on the

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